With the ‘Strata’ collection, I am using the same visual language of geological strata, and the same techniques of corrugating metal and riveting. Here I use sterling silver which is sometimes oxidised, held with 9ct gold rivets, and combined with semi-precious stones and freshwater pearls.
The 'Spirals' collection is inspired by natural forms and the forging technique. With the forging process, pieces are allowed to grow into unique spiral forms, sometimes holding freshwater pearls
Necklace, sterling silver and found paper
'Strata' Brooch: Oxidised silver and 9ct gold pin.
I want to try Reticulating metal...
From her stunning reticulated range of silver jewellery, Emily Morgan has hand crafted this Sterling Silver open bangle that wraps comfortably around the wrist. The reticulated silver is a process which results in a wonderful texture where the surface of the silver has been melted by intense heat. It is a fantastic contemporary design and would be ideal for everyday wear.
This narrow but chunky Sterling Silver ring comes from Emily Morgan's very popular reticulated range of jewellery. The process of reticulation results in a wonderful texture where the surface of the silver has been melted by intense heat. The ring's simple and strong form is complimented by it's unusual texture.